Biography of T. J. Reyner
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T. J. REYNER, merchant, Marienville, was born in Clarion county, Penn., November 22, 1853, a son of William and Sarah (Henry) Reyner, also natives of Clarion county. The father, who was a carpenter by trade, a Republican in polities, and a member of the Universalist Church, died in 1872; the mother is still living. They reared six children, as follows: O. B., S. H., D. E., W. C. (all of Tylersburg. Penn.), T. J. and Ada (living with T. J.) Mr. Reyner was educated at the public schools of Clarion county, and learned the trade of a carpenter, which he followed for three years. In 1879 he engaged in mercantile business, in Jefferson county, Penn. and continued there for three years. In June, l8S2, he came to Marienville, and established his present business, erecting the first stone building in the town. He married, in 1877, Miss Jennie. daughter of Conrad Darner, of Clarion county, Penn., and they have three children: Sarah. John B. and Ida. Mr. Reyner is a member of the Republican party, and for several years was auditor of Jenks township. He is a member of Jenks Lodge, No 250, I. O. O. F., and of the P. O. S. of A., No. 140.

From:
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk and Forest,
Pennsylvania
With Biographical Selections.
J. H. Beers & Co., Publishers
Chicago, 1890.


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